By Rich Kozlovich
Another short list of commentaries today, and a thought for the day I really enjoyed. As time went by it was clear people from California, New York, and other Woke states, were leaving in droves because they couldn't stand the regulations, taxes and tyranny of their state governments, and moved to Florida, Texas and other human friendly states. The trouble with that was it became obvious they were taking the stupidity that was destroying the states they left with them, and voting for the very things they were fleeing!
How insane is that? Isn't repeating
the same failure over and over again thinking if they just do it again
and again those failures will eventually be successful a form of
insanity? Yes, it is!
In Pennsylvania the Senate race between Fetterman and Oz is assumed to be up in the air, but Fetterman is a disaster, and not because of his health issues, it's because of his political and philosophical views, and he's still ahead in the polls. How can that be possible?
First, I haven't believed in polls for over 25 years, and that includes when they say things I agree with. If polls are so accurate and trustworthy, then why do political campaigns go to an enormous expense of hiring their own in-house pollsters? I don't believe in polls for the same reason I don't drink water out of the toilet.
So, let's assume the polls are rigged, and they
probably are. And lets assume the media is in the toilet with
Fetterman, and they are, and the people of Pennsylvania see this as it
really is and there's a vast silent majority out there all in for Oz,
which is a conclusion that's up in the air at best. Will Oz beat him?
No! Two words explain that. Voter Fraud. Pennsylvania is a rotten fruit of voter fraud, and they've done nothing to fix it as far as I can see.
- Thought For the Day
- Transgender Historical Revisionism By Daniel Greenfield
- The Death Tax and British Royalty By Dan Mitchell
- Those Opposing Fossil Fuels are Really Opposing Human
Survival By Jay Lehr and Tom Harris
- Martha’s Vineyard and The ‘Fake’ Humanitarian Crisis vs. The
Truth By Mychal Massie
- I’ll have a side of fries and wokeness with that burger By Robin Itzler
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